Pannonica Red, Höpler

Pannonica Red, Höpler - 2016

Item # 43172 750mL
$12.96/ Single Bottle
$155.52 $139.97/ Case of 12
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Pannonia was once a province during the Roman empire and is the reference point for this delightful red Austrian blend made of Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt and even Pinot Noir. Unoaked, easy-drinking and can even be enjoyed with a modest chill.


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